“As we all transition to a new normal, please know that Knowledge Bureau’s
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- Evelyn Jacks, Founder and President, Knowledge Bureau
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The All New Virtual CE Summits will be introduced to you on April 22 and May 13. We are so pleased to combine the power of a robust online learning course with an interactive Zoom Meeting platform with your instructors on May 13 to discuss the details of the COVID-19 Emergency Response provisions. Please mark your calendar now.
The government released costing and timelines for its various pandemic response provisions on April 1 and this, co-mingled with reports from the Parliamentary Budget Officer indicates a steep climb back to fiscal health once the pandemic crisis is over. Tax and financial advisors will want to shore up their knowledge on managing individual and family balance sheets against a future back drop of slow economic growth and potentially much higher taxes.
If March 2020 roared in and out like a lion, so did tax pros’ views on CRA’s attempt to improve phone services so far this turbulent tax season. Clearly there is much more to be done as a full 70% of respondents said “no” when we asked: “This tax season CRA is providing online tools to estimate telephone answering and return processing wait times. Do you think this is a service improvement?” Here are some of their comments: